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, a bomb shell announcement from veteran news anchor barbara walters and what she hopes to do next after retirement. >> the last second move by the government over who can buy the >> after months of speculation, barbara walters who has inspired and impacted us for decades is hanging up her microphone. abc7 news kira klapper is in the newsroom with the announcement. >> barbara walters wanted to make it known she is perfectly healthy and this retirement is happening on her terms. it is not happening yet. the tv news pioneer will continue to report androm now io retire from appearing on television at all. it has been an absolutely joyful, rewarding, challenging, fascinating and occasionally bumpy ride and i would not change a thing. >> barbara walters locked back at her remarkable journalism career that spanned more than 50 years from being the first woman ever to co-anchor a morning show to the first female anchor on an evening newscast, she has interviewed the most important newsmakers across the world and every president and first laid since richard nixon. this morning, on "the show "whi
in a northern california community sink slowly in the earth. >> this morning, barbara walters is making >> covering daly city, dublin, los gatos and all the bay area this is abc7 news. >> developing news from lake county. homeowners will meet with county supervisors to talk about a neighborhood literally sinking into the ground happening about 70 miles north of saab that rose with half a dozen homes damaged by a collapsing hillside and 30 others are in danger. mail delivery is suspended. eight families have moved out and ten more got notices to evacuate immediately. >> it looked like an earthquake quit. the amount of damage was phenomenal. >> we are known for earthquakes and water and those things but for us, this is unusual. >> engineers believe ground water bubbling to the surface could be to blame. they say the land could be on a volume attend. supervisors have asked the governor to declare a state of emergency to get funding to stabilize the utilities. >> san francisco police are warning residents of scamers posing as utility employees making phone calls demanding money. the suspect
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's barbara walters today. after 50 years in the news business, the journalist is retiring from television in the summer of next year. she is going to make the big announcement this morning on "the view." barbara is happy with her decision and looks forward to a wonderful, special year ahead. she will remain executive producer of "the view." >>> jam packed events, prince harry taking a rest day today. nothing public on the schedule. >> harry traded english football for the american variety. he got some of the finer points before lining up as a wide receiver and hauling in a long pass. >> had fun with the cheerleaders, forming a human pyramid. there he is down on the base. tour areas of new jersey damaged by super storm sandy tomorrow. wonder if he get to be able to throw a football since they don't play american football over there. he didn't look so bad. >> i will he was his happiest where he is right there. the bottom of the cheerleader pyramid. >> you're right about that kind of stuff. >> kept his clothes on. >> he did. that really its the bottom line of the story. >> touchdown. he has
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, barbara walters, making a major decision about her future on television. >>> good monday morning.seight orleans. but the fbi is calling that mother's day shooting not far from the french quarter street violence and not an act of terrorism. >> 19 people were hurt, 3 of them seriously. the mayor is calling on witnesses to help solve the crime. here's abc's linzie janis. >> reporter: marchers in new orleans rushed to help victims of a mass shooting. a gunman opened fire on the mother's day parade, wounding at least 12 people. police say a 10-year-old girl grazed by a bullet is among the injured. >> innocent people was hurt. half of them didn't even know they were shot. you know? it was amazing on mother's day, they had kids to be involved in this. >> reporter: they say up to four people are in surgery. their conditions not yet known. somehow, no one was killed. >> it appears these two or three people, just for a reason unknown to us, started shooting at, towards, or in the crowd. it was over in just a couple of seconds. >> reporter: the shooting occurred at the corner of frenchman a
, barbara walters, announcing her retirement from a spectacular career in television news. started out as a writer for walter cronkite about 60 years ago. has held just about every big job and done just about every big interview since then. >> she's a true trailblazer in television. and so much more. a pioneer who made a path for so many of us. a momentous day for her and for us. can't wait to honor her in a little bit. >>> let's get to the latest on the two brothers of cleveland kidnapping suspect ariel castro. alex perez has the latest from cleveland. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning, robin. this is the first time we're hearing from the castro brothers. until now we had not heard from them. they say in many ways they feel like they are victims and after a number of death threats, they feel like they're being hunted. this morning for the first time, we are hearing from the two men closest to ariel castro, his brothers. >> i could never think of doing anything like that. if i knew that my brother was doing this, in a minute i would have called the cops. >> reporter: in an
barbara walters has announced her plans for retirement. she tweeted out which said big news and i want to tell you first, she began her career in 1961 at nbc's today show and he has been here for years and plans on staying at the executive view when she plans on leaving her post. i think she deserves a little time to retire. she has done a fabulous job. >> may i add barbara walters looks great for her age, my goodness. traffic is moving along well, no major problems, southbound 680 traffic looks good on the sunole grade passing mission boulevard heading down fremont and now is the time things start to change just around the corner, torii, dave? >>> they have just raid the farm camp. >>> and leila fowler, they just arrested her brother for the stabbing death of leila fowler, we have a live report coming up. >> and we will have more on your news, weather and traffic. stay tuned. ♪ [ male announcer ] a car that can actually see like a human using stereoscopic cameras ♪ and even stop itself if it has to. ♪ the technology may be hard to imagine... but why you woulwant it is not. the 2
year on air. barbara walters will announce retirement tomorrow on "the view." walters has been with abc news since 1976 when she became the first female to co anchor a network news program. you can watch the announcement tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. on "the view" and then coming up later this hour a look at walters' long career. still to come, homes in peril. the search for the cause of norlg northern california homes sinking into the earth. >> i felt his heartbeat and it was the greatest moment of my life. >> what this mom did that saved a boy's life. ♪ ♪ if loving you is wrong ♪ i don't wanna be right [ record scratch ] what?! it's not bad for you. it just tastes that way. [ female announcer ] honey nut cheerios cereal -- heart-healthy, whole grain oats. you can't go wrong loving it. bee happy. bee healthy. with clusts of flakes and o's. oh, ho ho... it's the honey sweetness. i...i mean, you...love. damage in a home in lake county that is coming apart as the ground underneath is shifting. we have been following the developing news threatening 30 homes. eight families have left their h
. >>> a true icon of network news says 2014 will be her last year on air. barbara walters will announce retirement tomorrow on "the view." walters has been with abc news since 1976 when she became the first female to co anchor a network news program. you can watch the announcement tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. on "the view" and then coming up later this hour a look at walters' long career. still to come, homes in peril. the search for the cause of norlg northern california homes sinking into the earth. >> i felt his heartbeat and it was the greatest moment of my life. >> what this mom did that saved a boy's life. >> comin >>> new video showing the damage in a home in lake county that is coming apart as the ground underneath is shifting. we have been following the developing news threatening 30 homes. eight families have left their home and 10 more receiving imminent evacuation notices including this homeowner. >> no more bedrooms. no floor at all. >> the ground is shifting because water is pushing upward through the hill. city officials aren't sure why it is happening though it could be becaus
barbara walters and her plans. . >>> the u.s. stock market is falling and first report actually came out this morning from the commerce department, retail sales were up, and they are better than the 1.6, down 62, nasdaq down 8, s&p 500 down 6. >>> legendary newscaster barbara walters announced news of retirement and walters is 83 years old, started her career at 1961 at the today show and found a new home at abc where she has been for 37 years. she will continue being executive producer of the view. >>> wrapping up they are already looking ahead to next year. in fact three day passes for bottle rock 2014 are already online on sale. they will take place with the announcement before the final performance, overall this year's event was a success and 3 5,000 people attended the festival each day and there were 20 arrests for minor offenses. >> what is going on at the toll plaza in. >> well, it is backed up for about a 20 minute 3:00 delay getting are -- delay getting into san francisco, let's go to the haywood area and 880 is a little bit slow, let's go to steve. >>> fog is starting to lift
mark jackson about his thoughts from today's performance. >>> legendary newscaster barbara walters announced her plans to retire. barbara walters tweeted, big theus -- big theus -- big news and i want to tell you first. walters plans to stay on as executive producer of the view when she leaves her on air post in summer of 2014. >>> we sit down for a one on one interview with oakland's new interim police chief. his vision for the city. >> i don't care if you're a conservative, liberal, democrat or republican, this should send a chill up your spine. >> new information about how long the irs allegedly targeted several conservative groups. >> and bullets fly at a mother's day parade in new orleans injurying 19 people. what the fbi is saying tonight about the mass shooting. ♪ ♪ [ engine revs ] [ female announcer ] small... [ engine revs ] wicked... ♪ and now... ♪ topless. ♪ the fiat 500 abarth cabrio. ♪ >>> the second man in a row to lead the oakland police is introduced. >> one of the things we're going to shoot for is to have the five district captains in place so the c
kidnapping and rape charges. >>>le barbara walters is calling it quits next summer. abc says the veteran tv journalist will announce her retirement this morn after 52 years in the business and joined the nbc family in 1961 as a "today" show writer and went to abc where she spent the last 37 years. >>> the final round of the players championship went to the wire yesterday at sawgrass. tiger woods and sergio garcia were tied for the lead with two holes to play. tiger made two pars while garcia quadruple ed bogeyed. >>> here's your "first look" at scrambled politics. ruth bader ginsburg says there was a lack of judicial restraint in the roe v. wade decision legalizing abortion. speaking at the university of chicago law school she said it gave abortion opponents a clear target that still fuels activism today. >>> lamar alexander says kathleen sebelius broke the law. alexander compares her actions to the iran-contra scandal of the 1980s and wants a full congressional investigation. >>> the artist formerly known as snoop dogg last settled two huge bills with uncle sam. snoop lion as he's called n
the plans for barbara walters and seth meyers. >>> in sports, sergio garcia, if you didn't see this, well, he doesn't like tiger woods very much. had a chance to take him down until he decided to look like me on the 17th at tpc sawgrass. highlights and lowlights later in sports. >>> serious stuff, our top story, eight month s after the attack in benghazi, the issue perhaps more highly charged than ever. republicans are calling to a special select committee to investigate how the administration handled the deadly raid. >>> another gop lawmaker sugg t suggesting more whistle-blowers are likely to come forward. >>> while the leaders of an independent review board will be asked to formally answer questions about their inquiry, critics say it came up short. this new push stems from revelations that the cia's original talking points used by ambassador susan rice in the days after the attack had undergone significant edits by senior administration officials. >> for the president's spokesman to say well there were only words or technical changes made in the e-mail is a flat-out untruth when we k
in space. now that guitar strumming commander is on his way home. plus, barbara walters confirms those reports that she will, indeed, retire after more than five decades of interviews. a look back at her trailblazing career next. but, first, the popular psychologist and advice columnist dr. joyce brothers has died. brothers gained fame in 1955 when she won the quiz show the $64,000 question. the only woman ever to win the show's top prize. she went on to host a number of successful advice shows on both television and radio. joyce brothers wrote a monthly column for good keeping magazine for four magazines and also wroted a syndicated newspaper column. published best selling books and made numerous cam rowios on tv shows and movies. she died today of respiratory failure here in new york city. dr. joyce brothers was 85. if you're suffering from constipation, miralax or metamucil may take days to work. or faster relief, try dulcolax laxative tablets. dulcolax provides gentle relief overnight unlike miralax and metamucil that can take up to 3 days. for predictable relief try dulcolax. ♪
newscaster barbara walters announced her plans to retire. barbara walters tweeted, big theus -- big theus -- big news and i want to tell you first. walters plans to stay on as executive producer of the view when she leaves her on air post in summer of 2014. >>> we sit down for a one on one interview with oakland's new interim police chief. his vision for the city. >> i don't care if you're a conservative, liberal, democrat or republican, this should send a chill up your spine. >> new information about how long the irs allegedly targeted several conservative groups. >> and bullets fly at a mother's day parade 100% electric nissan leaf... is more fun than ever. e♪ charges faster. and will charge. cool. and heat. from your phone. fact: leaf never needs gas. ever. good for the world. built in america. now, leaf's an easier choice than ever. ♪ shop at choosenissan.com. ♪ >>> the second man in a row to lead the oakland police is introduced. >> one of the things we're going to shoot for is to have the five district captains in place so the city is divided into five districts with a chief
embedded inside concrete would be it difficult if not impossible to replace them. >> barbara walters is calling it quits. she will retire next summer. abc announced she will make the formal announcement on the view tomorrow morning. she has been with abc news for 37 years. she has been in the industry for 52 years. when she retires, she will remain executive producer of the view. >> bay area sports team continued to get it done. tonight the warriors ended that series in dramatic fashion. [ cheers and applause ] >> and underdog warriors rallied to tie the game and dominated in overtime to beat the spurs. warriors' fans are confident. >> we knew they were going to pull it out. what a mother's day gift. happy mother's day! >> my mom had never been to a warriors game so what a better way to get to experience basketball. its perfect day for everything. >> ama: game five is tuesday in texas. mike shumann will be along later in sports with all the highlights. >> warriors' fans are sending fan photos. check out one of youngest fans. we want to see your pride in both. email your photos to abc
wants to his property. >>> and barbara walters is retiring. the veteran abc news anchor is set to formally announce tomorrow on the view that she will not retire from the -- that she will retire from tv journalism. she will continue to anchor the specials throughout the years and appear on the view. after retiring, she'll remain the executive producer of the view, the talk show she created in 1997. >>> tim lincecum will be talking about the player's championship and if they could overcome the worse performing shooting of the series. i'm dennis o'donnell. tip off is next. ,,,,,,,,,,,, goodnight. thanks, olivia. thank you. so you can make a payment from your cell to almost anyone's phone or email. (speaking french) so you can express your gratitude... in the moment. chase quickpay. so you can. >>> well the warriors played during lunchtime today. they may have interrupted some other plans. but not heard as you were glued to the tv set. >> i was hoping for the warriors tickets for mother's day. the a's, they were beating them. against the yankees. >> that's a great spot to watch th
charges. >>> one of america's favorite tv newswomen, barbara walters, is signing off for the last time. abc says the veteran tv journalist will announce her retirement this morning after 52 years in the business. walters joined the nbc family in 1961 as a "today" show writer before moving on air and eventually to abc where she spent the past 37 years. walters will keep up her duties as anchor and reporter until the summer of 2014. >>> in sports, the final round of the players championship went to the wire yesterday at sawgrass. tiger woods and sergio garcia were tied for the lead with two holes to play. tiger made two pars while garcia quadruple bogeyed, sending three balls into the water on 17. >>> well, an icy spring scene quickly turned dangerous. strong minnesota wind pushed sheets of ice from the lake onto the shore and right up into people's homes. but the real scare was in canada where the ice created a huge frozen wall that took out entire houses as the mass traveled up to two feet per minute. nbc's bill karins is here. >> nothing better than having your home insurance company
reporters that brown should be able to do what he wants to his property. and i guess he has. >>> barbara walters is calling it quits. retire from tv journalism next year. abc confirms them. expected to make the announcement this morning on her show the view. and she created this talker back in 1997. remain an executive producer on that show. she is retiring but not completely out. >> 83 and still has the fast ball and terrific. they go out on top. >> wasn't exactly a mother's day gift that ended up at the front door. >> i would hope not. an 8 foot alligator. called in to help remove the reptile. he wasn't too happy about being dragged out. it was finally bagged, hauled away and released back in the wild. gator gone. >> i don't know how they do that. right now to those long teeth. >> all for the good of tv. >> house of cards. the latest problem plagueing the span of the bay bridge. >> what may be causing homes to sink in a northern california community coming up. >> and an arrest in the homicide of 8 year old girl. the family member now being charged with her death. >>> this is kpix 5 new
barbara walters with a big announcement. and she takes us into her private office to show us why she made that decision.
in the microphone, the major announcement use's pa behalf -- barbara walters is >> homes in jeopardy and the search if a cause in in a >> covering daly city, los gatos, and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> 5:43, developing news from lake county, homeowners will meet with county supervisors to talk about a neighborhood that is literally sinking into the ground. it is happening in lake port, half a dozen homes have been damaged by collapsing hillside. 30 others remain in danger. it is so proceed carious that mail delivery has been suspended. eight families have been left and ten more have received notices toge immediately. >> it looked like an earthquake hit. it was phenomenal the amount of damage done. >> even if lake county we are known for earthquakes and lot of waters but if us this is unusual. >> engineers believe ground water buffer bowling to the surface could be to blame. the land could be on a dormant volcano. supervisors asked the governor to declare a state of emergency to get funding to stabilize utilities in the area. >> san francisco police are warning residents about scamers pos
and their scientific proof. >> plus enjoying a different view. the major announcement today from barbara walters when we come back. ,,,,,, for over 60,000 california foster children, it's a challenge to replace clothes that are too small or worn out. i grew 3 inches last year. i don't need anything fancy. i never had much to begin with. when i look nice on the outside, i feel better on the inside. to help, sleep train is collecting new clothes for kids big and small. bring your gift to any sleep train, and help make a foster child's day a little brighter. not everyone can be a foster parent, but anyone can help a foster child. >>> checking out the pollen count for today. still running in the moderate category. cooler weather on the way. talk about that coming up. >> and so far so good. stack up a little now on the bay bridge. so far no metering lights. bigger delays will happen later on and high wind advisory for the san mateo bridge. more traffic coming up. >> all right. thank you. barbara walters is calling it quits. the long time news personality will retire from tv journalism next year. surfaced
you fifteen percent or more. >>> after 52 years in television news nbc's barbara walters said today she will retire next year. >> i will come back. i'm not walking into the sun set but i don't want to appear on another program. i don't want to climb another mountain. i want instead to sit in a sunny field and admire the very gifted women and in our case, some men too who will be taking my place. >> the 83-year-old walters made the announcement on the view in where she will remain coexecutive producer. the view was one of many milestones for walters in a industry which that is notoriously fickle and where careers can be short lived. he got her start back in 1961 at nbc's the today show where e she quickly rose from researcher to cohost. flash forward 15 years, she went to abc, eventually becoming the first woman to coanchor network evening news. he told big carter i keep thinking of the line from caber ray, when i go there's not going to be any please can i have another appearance. i don't want to do any interviews or any programs. i'm not joining cnn. this is it, she says. with me n
: it has been more than 50 years and countless high-profile interviews barbara walters is about to retire. the iconic journalist is set to announce her retirement a little later this morning. julie banderas has more for us on that very big media story today. hi, julie. >> reporter: she really is a legend. the veteran abc news anchor plans on making the formal announcement on her show. according to abc barbara walters plans to officially retire from television journalism next summer. for the next year walters will continue to anchor and report for the network and as well as appear on "the view" where she will remain executive producer of the weekday talk show she created in 1997. it has been quite successful by the way. walters now, 83 years old, has spent 37 years at abc news, paving the way for women in television news and really she has done it all. she joined the network in 1976 and became the first female coanchor for an evening news program. three years later she became co-host of abc's "20/20" news magazine. before coming to abc she spent 15 years at nbc news where she was co-host o
, sneaking into her house to watch the super bowl with one of their sons. in a 2009 interview with barbara walters, she did not count him out. >> i think a political future for him is probably -- would be a challenge. but never say never in politics. i don't know. >> reporter: but she's not said if she's voting for him. jeff zeleny, abc news, washington. >>> and now, tonight, "made in america" is back with some powerful news about the opportunity to create american jobs right across the border. there are new numbers tonight showing mexico has doubled its spending on american products. already helping to create a total of six million jobs. so how much bigger could this get, and what are they buying? the leader of our "made in america" team, david muir, is just back from mexico. >> just back for sure. great to see you. and mexico, latin america, the middle class there growing and they are buying. a stunning number, in just the last decade, american exports to mexico, up 121%. so what are they buying? we land in mexico city before dawn. within minutes, an american giant lighting up the highwa
news television icon, barbara walters is ending her career, sort of. >> it's been a remarkable 50 years for walters. >> in a year from now, i plan to retire from april yeerg on television at all. it's been an absolutely joyful, rewarding, challenging, fashion nating and occasional bumpy richld i won't change a thing. >> with that, she takes a look back at her journalism career spanning 50 years from being first woman to ever co-anchor a show to being the first to anchor on a evening network newscast. this morning on "the view"' show she launched. >> what a surprise, nice to have you. >> i won't miss this. >> you happened to be in the neighborhood? >> i was in the neighborhood you've always been my idol. you talk about you want to interview people that made a difference. you're one of those that did make a difference. everybody should be interviewing you love you. >> walters got a standing ovation from the crowd and thanked her fans offering she's been thinking about retirement this, is what she wants to do. >> i don't want to appear on another program or climb another mount yichbl i wan
for months but today barbara walters made it aofficial, this year marks the final chapter of her storied career. walters made the announcement on her daytime talk show "the view." >> i will come back. i'm not walking into the sunset. but i don't want to appear on another program. i don't want to climb another mountain. i want instead to sit in a sunny field and admire the very gifted women and, okay, some men, too, who will be taking my place. >> walters will step down as co-host of the show in the summer 2014. she got her start in 19 xaun xun. she's blazed trails for untold number of other journalists, women and men, not to mention her remarkable track record for landing the seemingly impossible interview. walters suffered several health scares including a procedure to prepare a heart valve. barbara, we'll miss you. >>> coming up on the "lead," another tornlment, another drop controversy for tiger woods. did the number one golfer in the world get away with one on his road to victory in the players championship? >>> a troubling story just in. the associated press is calling it a quote ma
a gallon of regular costs an average of $4.02. inventory is low in california. >> barbara walters is calling it quits. will retire from tv journalism sometime next year. abc now confirms that it's true. walters is expected to make the announcement this morning on the view. created the daytime talker in 1997. she's 83 years old but remain executive producer on that show. >>> this is not your normal retirement. >> this one was literally out of this world. >> ground control to major tom. >> on his last night on board, international space station commander performed his version of space oditty. will be returning to earth from his five month journey tonight. and had a little fun. >> he is pretty good. >> he is good. >>> billionaire richard branson. the ceo of virgin airlines. he took to the skies in drag yesterday dressed as a flight attendant. making good on a bet he lost two years ago. doesn't look too bad. >> really? >> without the beard he might look good. >> would you drink a cup of coffee? >> if it was richard branson, sure. >> we'll have a final check of your top stories.. >> i
was in the white house. the big announcement from barbara walters. [ roars ] ♪ [ roars ] ♪ [ roars ] ♪ [ roars ] ♪ [ male announcer ] universal studios summer of survival. ♪ [ male announcer ] the first look is only the beginning. ♪ ♪ this is a stunning work of technology. ♪ this is the 2013 lexus es and the first-ever es hybrid. this is the pursuit of perfection. >>> how many? >> 13. >> i gotta go see this. "ironman iii" remains dominant at the box office. $72million in ticket sales. it got a run for its money from "the great gatsby." it pulled in 51 million. >>> 7:53. the bottlerock festival just wrapped under yesterday in napa and organizers are already looking ahead to next year. ♪ >> three-day passes for 2014 are already on sale. next year's show was announced before the final performance yesterday. organizers say this year's event was a success. police say about $35,000 attended the festival each day. there were about 20 arrests force minor offenses. >>> barbara walters has announced her plans for retirement. last night she tweeted out her announcement. it said "big news -- a
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and his mom plan to appear in menlo park tomorrow night at 7:00. >>> barbara walters is set to announce her retirement. she will make the announcement tomorrow that she will retire next year. the 83-year-old has spent 37 years at abc news. she joined that network in 1976, becoming the first female co anchor on an evening news program. before that she spent 15 years at nbc where she was co-host of the "today" show. she will continue to be one of the people on the set and the executive producer of the view, the talk show she created in 1997. >>> a saturday night alum is poised to take over late night next year. seth myers has been named as a successor to jimmy fallon. fallin is supposed to move to the tonight show next year. >>> still to come, an unforgettable prom night for some chicago teenagers. but for all the wrong reasons. >>> a possible breakthrough in the fight against breast cancer thanks to researchers in california. >>> a war of words in the nation's capital over the talking points that follow the deadly attack in the u.s. con sew late in benghazi. >>> republicans stay they hav
out there. it is time to entertain this after 53 years in journalism barbara walters is retiring. she is expected to announce she will be retiring next summer on "the view" this morning. she will be executive producer of the show. it is official "saturday night live" stars seth meyers will be the new star of jimmy fallon moving to the tonight show. changes are expected next spring. top spot at the box office for the second week in a row. it made 72 and a half million dollars. the great gatsby came in second gain dropped to third. we saw gatsby. it was tremendous. >> the time now is 39 after the top of the hour. coming up frightening new information about how student loans and the housing crisis they are connected. we could be heading for another bubble. talk about a big bail this building refusing to come down for dem mission. no. why? apparently my debit card is. what? i know. don't worry, we have cancelled your old card. great. thank you. in addition to us monitoring your accounts for unusual activity, you could also set up free account alerts. okay. [ female announcer ] at wells fa
younger girls. >> after 53 years in journalism, barbara walters pulling the plug on her tv career. the 83-year-old expected to announce she's retiring next summer on the view this morning. those are your headlines. i guess those rumors are true. >>brian: now we'll see who else gets rotated off the couch. >>steve: on friday an american bar association meeting, there was a woman by the name of lois learner, the head i.r.s. tax-exempt organization operator. she said you know what -- to a question. we feel really bad, but we did investigate some people involved in tea party organizations, anything with tea party or government in their titles, and it sounded really bad. now as it turns out, it turns out there were more with groups with tea party or patriot in the title. take a look at this. >> issues that included government spending, government debt or taxes, education to the public by advocacy or lobbying to make america a better place to live. any of those statements in the case file would then be scrutinized by the i.r.s. >>brian: or how the country is being run at all. those involve educa
to showcase the new pledges and owners select the host cities for 2016 and 2017 next week. >> barbara walters says 2014 is her last year on air, a member of our abc7 news family since 1976 she is formally announced her retirement today on "the view" after 38 years on air and you can watch the announcement today at 10:00 a.m. right here. >> there will be a lot of tears on "the view." now the weather for this hour. here is mike nicco. >> if you are headed to the south by we have temperatures in the low-to-mid 50's from san jose at 54 and sunnyvale, 55, and cupertino is 56 and most of our temperatures are in the 50's but novato and bodega bay in the upper 40's. today's temperatures are five- to ten-degrees cooler than yesterday with a lot of sunshine but near the coast the. >> it is dry headed south into san pablo dam road and that is because of a crash that is blocking a lane. traffic is looking like sfo to san francisco is 12 minute drive on 101. >> thank you are have much. the abc7 news continues in 25 minutes with news, weather and traffic. >> hopefully it will stay good on the road. we are
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. it will be used as a starting point to pay down its $15 billion debt. >> and barbara walters will retire next summer. after 15 years of nbc, she moved to abc. she will remain as executive producer of "the view," a program she found sounded. >> and "saturday night live"'s seth myers will take over jimmy fallon's spot when he moves to the "tonight show" next year. >> a new push to stop the rash of cell phone thefts. michelle, new york's attorney general has sent out an announcement money. >> they've already got a lot of programs on the phone. for example, if you lose your iphone, you can swipe it, erase it, et cetera, et cetera. he says they have the right to do this because they've advertised they have more security features than perhaps they do and that would be a violation of some trade laws that he says he has the right to enforce. it going to be tough. to follow the same logic, you'd have to investigate maybe purse makers to say are you doing enough to stop people from ripping off purses. >> we have breaking news. a philadelphia jury has told the judge it is deadlocked in the case of dr. g
on really quick. barr raymond is retiring in 20 # 14 and whether or not you love barbara walters, give her props, the first cohost on the today show in 1976, negotiating a million dollar salary in 76. at the age of 70, co-created "the view," still co-executive produces, and appears on even after retiring. i wonder if she is retiring, tony, because she's raking in the money. >> absolutely. she's someone people go to and people respect her tremendously, the first in many things as a pioneer. here's why i don't think we're never going to have another walters because we have melissa francis and so many other -- melissa: love the sucking up, so great. >> so many other wonderful people in the news business who i think get the opportunity that many in her day were not getting. there's, obviously, a lot of chance for people to move up the ranks. melissa: she made so much money, though, co-creating and owns the show rather than being a hum l newscaster. i love the organization i work for, yet, i do not own money with melissa frap sis. >> she's a trail blazer, and. in the business for 50 years, i me
iron man three. making $72.5 million breaking be total up in the u.s. barbara walters says that she will retire next summer. she supposed to make her retirement official today on "the view." the first woman to host an evening broadcast back in 1976. stuart: look at toyota, yet another high. go, nicole. nicole: pretty amazing, continues to do well. as we were looking over the last several years, we remember toyota below $70, remember our conversation when we said did it hit $70 as it starts to come back and here it is at new highs. doing well, as you noted many times, the beaten-down yen and how it helps the bottom line obviously selling people around the world. stuart: up goes that stock. double what it was that had that unacceptable drop. our next guest, wait for it, he will guarantee a college graduate a job in 60 days. the founder and the ceo of blue trip executive. just talking during the break my colleague charles payne said to me guarantee a college grad a job within 60 days, he said all right, how much in which job? how much do you demand of an apology grad to get that 60 day
in television legendary newscaster barbara walters announces today that she'll retire in 2014. walters' groundbreaking on air career began here on "today" back in 1961, when she became the first female co-host of this show in 1974, and over the next four decades, she became famous for candid interviews with celebrities and news makers. walters tells "the new york times" she will miss being on the air, and over the next year, she will appear in a series of specials and career retrospectives. hard to imagine a day without barbara walters on the air. >> you have to have several specials because she's had such an amazing career. >> truly. a groundbreaker for so many of us. >> wow, wow, wow, a reflection. >> something in your eye? >> how about that? i tweeted this morning a little photo you might want to check out. savannah, you have big news over the weekend. >> yes! i got engaged over the weekend to my boyfriend. [ cheers and applause ] mike sullivan, who i adore. >> that's good news. >> we've been dating for four years so he said no one will accuse us of rushing into anything and i just
to understand. we appreciate it. >> reporter: a pleasure, carole, thank you. >>> barbara walters, she's retiring. the legendary broadcaster is expected to announce her retirement today on the show she yesated back in 1977. that would be "the view." walters began her on-air career on 1961 on nbc news' "the today show," where she would later become the first woman to co-host in 1974. two years later nbc hired her away to co-anchor abc "word news tonight" at an unprecedented salary at the time of $1 million a year him wallers, 83-years-old, has been with abc ever since. she's going to announce her retirement as i said on "the view." we expect her to announce she will retire in 2014 and she will be sorely missed. with a pioneer, one of my idols, actually. >>> next in the newsroom, your kids may love drinking coke. but the soda giant is vowing some major changes involving that soft drink. we'll tell you about i. [ male announcer ] when gloria and her financial advisor made a retirement plan, they considered all her assets, even those held elsewhere, giving her the confidence to pursue all her goals.
be doing the hula. >>> barbara walters has been pondering the decision to retire for several years. >> we wish her well. >> we certainly do. >>> the british guardian says serena won. she holds onto her number one world ranking. congratulations to her. >>> last year forbes named spanx found der sarah plains. you can't say spanx without smiling. she's the first female billionaire to sign. everyone who assigns agrees to give at least half of their fortune. she says spanx will change one butt at a time. bill gates you sit down and have dinner. i would like to know your pitch from him and your thought process? >> actually there wasn't a pitch. he reached tout me and asked -- >> after he saw you on the cove of forbes. >> asked if i would go to dinner with him and my husband and i said, of course. i joined him for dinner with a few other couples and he was really just explaining the difference he's making the world with his foundation the importance of fillphilanthropy. everyone was going around the table sharing what their interests were. you know i really spent time th
and strengthen syria's opposition. >>> barbara walters is calling it a career. legendary journalist plans to retire next summer. she's expected to make the announcement later this morning on "the view." in a statement released by abc walters says i'm very happy with my decision and look forward to a wonderful and special year ahead, both on "the view" and with abc news. walters will remain executive producer of "the view" which, of course, is the show she created in 1997. >> quite a career the woman has had. all right, so just when we thought we were done with winter, freeze warnings and watches are in effect for at least a dozen states. >> meteorologist jennifer delgado is following the brutal spring chill. she's in atlanta this morning. good morning, jennifer. >> good morning, guys. you know, you were thinking that wow, we are going to enjoy the warm temperatures. you're right. it is cold outside. but let's start off with some amazing video coming out of canada. and this is after a weekend where temperatures started to warm up a bit and some very strong winds. you're looking at ice, zor
and washington, pot is available without a prescription for recreation. president obama told barbara walters last year he is rethinking federal prosecution of some marijuana users. >> it does not make sense for us to focus on recreational drug users in a state that has already said that under state law that is legal. >> reporter: the big question now for pro pot states will the justice department spoil plans for dozens of dispensaries. taxes and fees from weed sales, promise to be a bonanza of millions and much needed cash. if this operation goes off what a hitch you think it will send a message to lawmakers and congress? >> i think law makers and congress have received that message. they know there are legal states where it has worked. >> reporter: so far this year, seven bills dealing with marijuana introduced in the house including one that would end the federal ban. all face an uphill climb, which means for now, john, diana, the dispensary on capitol hill is still at odds with federal law. >> isn't that interesting right underneath their noses. what is going to happen. once they set up shop,
. >> other headlines making news barbara walters today is announcing her retirement on the view on abc. the veteran journalist released a statement last night that she will indeed sfep down from her day-to-day duties but she will stay on as the executive producer. until then she will continue to report for the network and anchor a signature 20-year retrospective for her 10 most fascinating people special in december. excited. >> good for her. she is a big inspiration for women in generalism. i think it's a big moment for people. she achieved a lot. >> i hear that. >> trailblazer. >> the speculation is over about the new late night host at nbc. they announced over the weekend that saturday night live's seth myers will take over for jimmie fallon in the late night slot when fallon moves to take over leno's spot. myers has been s & l's head writer for the past several seasons and hosts the weekend update segment. >> that's a solid choice. >> sure. white man gets network sheet. >> taking heat for another white man on late night. >> it's funny. jimmie f
. from the "los angeles times" barbara walters officially announce her plans to retire next year. the 83 has been in the industry more than 50 years. in 1976 she became the first woman to host an evening newscast and she said, this is it. she is not going to do a show at cnn. a year from now, it's over with. >> amazing career. >> barbara is walking away. >> wow. >> "the boston globe." nbc has announced that seth myers will be taking over jimmy fallon at late night. he will be the host next year when jimmy fallon moves into "the tonight show." both shows taped here at 30 rock. >> a really good pick. >> great "snl" on saturday night. >> vampire weekend and christian wig. hard to beat that combination. our favorite sketch was the ghost mom. >> it was a little dark. >> a little dark. >> i mean, a little dark. >> sprigpretty good special eff >> climbing the ceiling. >> more good news from the houston chronicle. netflix bringing back "arrested development." making all 15 episodes available on may 26th. less than two weeks away. here's a look at the upcoming trailer. >> that's not a great sign.
: barbara walters did it, but the last american newspaper reporter. host: what was significant about that? arab springe the broke out, there had been a move , asrds rapprochement secretary carry discussed in the senate, he was very active. i think that a sought wanted to reach out to the united states at that time, to one of the big newspapers, positioning themselves as being willing to reconcile with the u.s., possibly restart peace talks with israel. assad always liked to tell this line that he was a close ally of iran, but at the same time they were not natural allies. it was an interesting interview. i think a lot of people did not believe that it was all just bluster. he does have a reputation of telling people what they want to hear when he sees them, but he is an interesting character. he speaks good english, he has what lived in the west, although not for long. there was a hope that when he took over that he would be more of a soft line, more willing to move his country away from its past. but we have seen that that has not been the case. host: the political structure since 2000,
? guest: barbara walters did it, but the last american newspaper reporter. host: what was significant about that? guest: before the arab spring broke out, there had been a move towards rapprochement, as secretary carry discussed in the senate, he was very active. i think that a sought wanted to reach out to the united states at that time, to one of the big newspapers, positioning themselves as being willing to reconcile with the u.s., possibly restart peace talks with israel. assad always liked to tell this line that he was a close ally of iran, but at the same time they were not natural allies. it was an interesting interview. i think a lot of people did not believe that it was all just bluster. he does have a reputation of telling people what they want to hear when he sees them, but he is an interesting character. he speaks good english, he has what lived in the west, although not for long. there was a hope that when he took over that he would be more of a soft line, more willing to move his country away from its past. but we have seen that that has not been the case. host: the poli
of the mirror experience of the female. if barbara walters can have blonde hair and early 80s and a lot of women wear blonde, why not go the other way and wear gray in your late 20s. >> it's not -- >> i just want to get to the point of fame in my career where i can go out of the house without pants. oh, madonna, isn't she brilliant? she's just brilliant, isn't she? >> kind of like one of those old mumbling senile mob bosses, with what is it the banana wheel -- slippers. when that is allowed, willie, i'll join you. we're going together. >>> let's get to some of today's headlines, three ohio women kidnapped have been released from the hospital on this morning after their rescue. amanda berry, gina dejesus and michele knight disappeared separately when teenagers. they were found alive in a cleveland home after berry banged on a neighbor's window to get attention and then called 911. >> cleveland 911. >> help me, i'm amanda berry. >> you need police, fire or ambulance? >> i need police. >> okay. what's going on there? >> i've been kidnapped, and i've been missing for ten years, and i'm here, i'm fre
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